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The Modern Poland Foundation is glad to inform that Open Call for Speakers at the 6th International CopyCamp conference (September 28-29, 2017 in Warsaw) has launched. We invite our prospective speakers to submit presentation proposals at: https://copycamp.pl/en/contact/register-speaker/.
This year’s thematic tracks:
- business models, heritage digitization, remix
- health, food, security, and exclusive rights
- text and data mining, machine learning, online education
- IoT: autonomous cars, smart homes, wearables
- hacking government data, public procurement, public aid in culture
CopyCamp 2016 post-conference publication is here! Publikacja pokonferencyjna CopyCamp 2016 już jest! By far the most speakers came from the Visegrad Group (V4) countries, and we’d like to make their perspectives even more visible by releasing this book
Now that CopyCamp 2016 is behind us we wanted to share a few words on how it went.
This year, the conference took place during Thursday 27th and and Friday 28th of October in Warsaw, Poland. It was the 5th time we have hosted CopyCamp and this year we proudly managed to gather the largest number of foreign conference speakers to date. We had the pleasure of hosting guests representing the countries of the European Union, including the countries of the Visegrad Group, as well as representatives of Belarus, Colombia, Canada and the United States. Around 250 people who attended the conference, as well as our viewers online streaming via google hangouts, heard from a total of 70 speakers. In addition, dozens of people took part in the five workshops that accompanied the conference (photo. Rafal Nowak, CC BY SA).
We listened with particular interest to Ms. Therese Comodini Cachia, Member of the European Parliament and the rapporteur for the proposed Directive on copyright in the Single Digital Market.
„...abundantly illustrated view on the copyright system through the ages…” – comments dr Sybilla Stanisławska-Kloc on Konrad Gliściński’s book that will have its première this Friday, 12:00 at CopyCamp (Kinoteka). We invite everybody for a panel where Konrad will discuss the book with Iga Bałos, Anna Gruhn and Jarosław Lipszyc.
Jacek Dehnel will tell us at CopyCamp about using other people’s work in own creations. Jacek is a poet, writer, translator and painter. Laureate of the Kościelscy Prize (2005), Polityka Passport (2006) et al. Four times Nike prize nominee.
In the EC copyright reform proposal, we miss the most a legalization of non-commercial file sharing. Today, we publish our proposal to regulate this issue, where we explain why this is important and how to aproach it within the boundaries of the international law. We wish you a pleasant reading.
On October 27th at CopyCamp we will hear Dimitar Dimitrov from Wikimedia speaking about copyright public policy. On the same day, Dimitar will lead a workshop about advocating for a good copyright reform. You can register for CopyCamp at: http://copycamp.pl/en/contact/register/, and for the workshops at: http://copycamp.pl/en/info/workshops/
Michal Dubovan, Senior Councillor at the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic opens the Friday (28th) CopyCamp session on copyright in the Visegrad Group. He will talk about the Czech implementation of the collecting societies directive.
The tough role of libraries as intermediaries between existing and aspiring authors is the topic of Stephen Wyber’s speech at CopyCamp. He works at the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), based in The Hague, where he is responsible for engagement of IFLA with WIPO and in the EU on copyright reform.